For 50 years, innocent American citizens have been hectored by the leftover the importance of privacy in health care.
“Vote pro-choice. Politicians make crappy doctors.”
“If you cut off my reproductive choice, can I cut off yours?”
The notion of “privacy” in health matters is so unquestionably supreme that liberals somehow managed to find a sacred right to abortion in the “penumbra” of the Constitution — meaning that it’s in there, except that it’s not and you cannot see it.
It was their version of finding the face of Jesus on a piece of toast. But this is their religion and for a half-century now it has been the law of the land.
Amid all the death, all we have to show for it are their crazy slogans.
“Don’t like abortion? Don’t have one.”
Not to be a stickler, but forced “dilation and evacuation” has always seemed like